Thailand Peninsula is blessed with cluster Island hamlets which are a major tourist attraction. Secluded, pristine and magical, these Islands are an excellent getaway to shed the pressure of chaos and rush of our daily lives. Cut off from the world, the tiny little havens are every ounce a rejuvenation therapy that you have been seeking all along. Thailand tourism is very much dependent upon its pristine beaches but it can sometimes get crowded, especially during the tourist season. Hence, these tiny little heavens provided the much-needed privacy and isolation. Travelling is all about rediscovering yourself while you explore an alien land and what better way to hop from one tranquil Island to another. Complimented by azure waters and an excellent network of water channels, each Island feels better than the last one. Imagine being surrounded by lush green coconut trees and nothing but you and your significant other on a secluded tiny Island, sounds enticing doesn’t it? With rising beach tourism in Thailand, more and more people are opting for Island hopping in Thailand. This allows you to pick the best spot in the alluring country. All we want while travelling is discover our own little personal heaven in an alien land and what better way to do that than hopping from one Island to another until you find your spot.

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